Martin Short's wife actress Nancy Dolman was remembered in the week once Kathie Lee Gifford's slip on the these days Show on Wednesday.
Dolman died in 2010 once suffering ovarian cancer. She was 58. The Canadian comic actress and singer was most known for her role as Annie Selig Tate on ABC's sitcom "Soap."
She and Short conjointly appeared within the TV special "Martin Short: Concert for the North Americas," in 1985.
She married Short in 1980 and had 3 youngsters along Katherine, Oliver and Henry all graduates currently. She retired from acting in 1985 to be a full-time mother.
On Wednesday Lee Gifford from the these days Show asked Short regarding his wife throughout an interview where he was promoting his new movie "Madagascar three."
"You and Nancy have one in every of the best marriages of anybody in show business," Gifford said.
"How a few years for you guys now?" she continued.
"We . . . married thirty six years," Short replied.
"But you are still in love!" the host exclaimed. "Madly in love," he answered. "Madly in love."
Gifford pushed him additional asking "Why?"
"Cute, I'm cute," Short said making an attempt laborious to seek out an acceptable answer to her question. (READ: KATHIE LEE ASKS MARTIN SHORT regarding DEAD WIFE)
Short told E!Online that there was no "ill can meant." (SEE HIS INTERVIEW WITH EONLINE)
"I assume that it's live tv and folks create mistakes and there is no unwell can meant," he said. "And i believe it's nice to aspire to be that means."
Lee Gifford conducted the interview on Wednesday.
Watch the Video Below to recollect the Late Nancy Dolman: